STOW, Ohio — Matco Tools has introduced the MaxFlex, an Android-based diagnostic tablet designed for the professional automotive industry.
The tablet is designed to flex three different ways to fit the needs of all technicians, the company said.
The unit can be used as an enhanced code reader; customized with a monthly subscription plan for certain vehicle makes and models; or configured to include a fully-loaded software package with annual updates.
Using the MaxFlex, the user can gain complete OE-level access to Asian, European and domestic applications for module coding, resets, relearns and bi-directional capabilities, the company said.
All three subscription configurations are compatible with Matco's automotive repair database – MaximusFix. This database provides technical service bulletins, flow charts, wiring diagrams and other manufacturer documents.
"In addition to our top-of-the-line Maximus 3.0 model, we wanted to expand our Maximus line by introducing a more affordable option that offers our customers the ability to configure the scan tool to fit their diagnostic needs," said Ben Gambre, Matco Tools' vice president of marketing. "The MaxFlex is affordable and flexible to allow all technicians to have industry-leading diagnostic capabilities at their fingertips."
For more information, visit matcotools.com.